The scholarship provides: This award is open to sophomores or juniors (by time to graduation) who are US citizens, permanent residents or nationals.
Arizona State University may nominate up to six students for this award.
He also championed the tribal self-governing rights of Native American and Alaska Natives.
The Udall Foundation is looking for outstanding students who demonstrate, through their areas of study and public or community service activities, a commitment to and potential for making significant contributions to their fields.
MSU may nominate six students from either or both categories.
Scholarship recipients are eligible for one year of support per application year.
A successful applicant will have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and demonstrate leadership and a commitment to service.
Two-Day Udall Information Event Thursday, November 7, 2019: to p.m.—Information session & discussion with former Udall Scholar-This session will be held in IUB Room 503 Friday, November 8, 2019: to p.m.—Workshop on how to craft a competitive Udall application-This session will be held in IUB Room 503The Udall Foundation is looking for students with an interest in pursuing a career related to the environment or to Native American students interested in tribal affairs.
The Udall scholarship provides ,000 for educational expenses to outstanding sophomores and juniors who fall into either one of the two following categories: 1) students who study the environment and related fields; OR 2) Native Americans or Alaska Natives in fields related to health care or tribal public policy.
The scholarship was created in 1992 to honor Congressmen Morris K. For three decades, Congressman Udall fought to preserve and protect the nation's environment, public lands, and natural resources.